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Old December 14th, 2008, 18:59   #1
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Question Barrel Extension compatibility question

I recently bought an Aftermath Broxa Evolution AEG and i see it is not quite as accurate as i had hoped, so i was wondering if it was compatible with any barrel extensions, and if so then which ones
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Old December 14th, 2008, 19:16   #2
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There's no real extensions just longer barrels and you would need a longer outer to cover up a longer inner. Try doing a little research and you'll learn more then if we spoon feed you the answer but by all means ask away if there's something you honestly can't find.
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Old December 14th, 2008, 19:26   #3
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There's no real extensions just longer barrels and you would need a longer outer to cover up a longer inner.
Yes there is. Especially for an MP5, since you can't just replace the barrel. ?!

You have to check what kind of threading the end of the barrel has, if at all.
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Old December 14th, 2008, 19:26   #4
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so if i bought a longer inner barrel how would i cover it up?, are they easy to replace?
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Old December 14th, 2008, 19:29   #5
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Silencer or threaded barrel extension. WGC or redwolf has probably got them. But the silencer is the easiest option.
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Old December 14th, 2008, 19:32   #6
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Ujiro said it....cover it up with a silencer, but remember, with a longer barrel ul need to make the necessary gearbox upgrades to support a nice high fps.
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Old December 14th, 2008, 19:46   #7
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To improve accuracy you can also install a tightbore. I believe that the consensus is that the 6.03 is THE tightbore to get.
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Old December 14th, 2008, 19:59   #8
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with atightbore and or longer barrel, u should get:

either bore up kit or just stronger spring and sorbo pad, or oring sealed nozzle, polycarb bb piston head, and polycarb piston.
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Ujiro said it....cover it up with a silencer, but remember, with a longer barrel ul need to make the necessary gearbox upgrades to support a nice high fps.
FPS does not matter. Cylinder porting does.

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with atightbore and or longer barrel, u should get:

either bore up kit or just stronger spring and sorbo pad, or oring sealed nozzle, polycarb bb piston head, and polycarb piston.
Also not needed. I'm running a 590mm PSG length tightbore in my AUG with no upgrades. However like I said you'd have to change the cylinder to a appropriate porting for the length of your barrel.
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Old December 14th, 2008, 20:44   #10
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A bore up kit is totally not necessary unless you're aiming for a massive 650mm inner barrel... 590mm and under and you can stick to standard bore cylinders but still need to match the appropriate porting location.

edit: duh. what styrak said.
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Old December 14th, 2008, 21:26   #11
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thanks geniuses,

worked for me when I was soing ppl guns.

forgot to mention cylinder porting

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thanks geniuses,

worked for me when I was soing ppl guns.

forgot to mention cylinder porting

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Old March 11th, 2009, 11:36   #13
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do you guys know if the inner barrel of the broxa is 229mm or 247 mm ? i get alot of different informations, thanks
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If it's standard MP5 length it should be 229mm.
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